Signal Theory Welcomes Its Summer 2024 Interns
Signal Theory 2024 Intern trio – 3 young women – standing outside in front of the strong graphic angles of a building framing them.

The internship will bridge classroom learning and professional development through real-world projects

Three young women standing at the entrance of Signal Theory with it's atrium and name on a wall behind themSignal Theory announces the selection of three interns for its competitive internship program. Aliya Kisivo, Audrey Stowe and Kaziwa Abdulqader joined Signal Theory earlier this month, bringing experience from various educational paths, including journalism, communications and business. They will extend their classroom learning by working on projects across Signal Theory clients in agriculture, animal health, food and retail.

“Giving our interns the opportunity to work within our client teams empowers them to contribute to active projects,” said Ali Mahaffy, Signal Theory co-CEO. “Our interns gain invaluable real-world experience while introducing the agency to diverse perspectives, new energy and fresh ideas.”

Through their roles in account management, public relations and content strategy, Signal Theory’s interns will perform work for clients like Bose, Merck, Michelin North America, AgroLiquid and Signal Theory. They will also collaborate on assignments designed to hone their project management and presentation skills and build their understanding of the integrated nature of client-based teams. 

Signal Theory’s Summer Interns

Headshot portrait of Aliya Kisivo on a white backdrop.Aliya Kisivo – Content Strategy Intern
Kisivo, who is from Shawnee, Kan., found Signal Theory through The BrandLab. A recipient of Signal Theory’s 2023 Resonance Scholarship, she is attending the University of Kansas, pursuing a degree in journalism with a focus on digital media marketing communication, advertising and public relations.  She is also pursuing a minor in business.

Headshot portrait of Audrey Stowe on a white backdrop.Audrey Stowe – Account Management Intern
Stowe joins Signal Theory as a University of Missouri student entering her senior year. She is from Guthrie Center, Iowa. She is earning two bachelor’s degrees: one in journalism with a strategic communication focus and the other in business with a specialization in marketing.

Headshot portrait of Kaziwa Abdulqadar on a white backdrop.Kaziwa Abdulqader – Public Relations Intern
Abdulqader is looking forward to attending the University of Kansas this fall to earn a bachelor’s degree in English specializing in communications. She graduated with a liberal arts associate’s degree from Johnson County Community College in May. Originally from Sulaymaniyah, Iraq, she calls Lawrence, Kan., her home.  

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